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THE EXPERIENCE OF BLOOD PURIFICATION IN SEPSIS BY COUPLED PLASMA FILTRATION ADSORPTION IN THAILAND

FEBRUARY 2013 - VOL.5 | REVIEWS ARTICLE
Keywords:

sepsis, coupled plasma filtration adsorption, CPFA , blood purification

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Table 1:
Coupled plasma filtration adsorption (CPFA) studies review.
Figure 1:
Shows CPFA Machine (A-B) and the third filter (Hemofilter) (C)
Figure 2:
The innovative idea to reduce inflammatory substances in sepsis by CPFA treatment.
Figure 3:
This Turani F. study showed the improvement of mean interval pressure (MAP). The decrease of norepinephrine dosage use, the increase in oxygenation, and the reduction of interleukin 6 and prolactin in 72 hrs after the 3rd CPFA treatment
Figure 4:
Laboratory data shows a sharp decline of C-reaction protein (CRP) throughout the treatment time (from before the first treatment to after the last treatment).
Table 2:
Coupled plasma filtration adsorption (CPFA) studies review.
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